Patrick Foster and Kevin O'Neill each scored three goals as the top-ranked Boys' Latin lacrosse team beat Mount St. Joseph, 12-2, on Tuesday.
The Gaels finished 0-13.
Boys' Latin (15-3) won the Black Division and St. Paul's won the Red Division of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, and both teams receive quarterfinal byes and move to Tuesday's semifinals at Towson University. The Lakers await the winner of Friday's quarterfinal matching Archbishop Spalding at McDonogh, and the Crusaders will play the winner of the Loyola at St.Mary's game.
Last year's finalists, Calvert Hall and Gilman, did not make the postseason.
No. 6 St. Mary's 13, Severn 6: Ryland DePol scored five goals to power the visiting Saints (11-7) past Severn.
St. Mary's led 9-4 at the half.
No. 10 Gilman 7, No. 8 Archbishop Spalding 5: Paul Danko had four goals and the visiting Greyhounds upset the Cavaliers.
Spalding's two-goal halftime lead fell as Gilman outscored the Cavaliers 5-1 in the second half.
No. 12 Bel Air 10, North East 4: Jay Butler had four goals to lead the visiting Bobcats (13-1) past the Indians.
No. 1 McDonogh 17, St. Paul's 7: Corinne Etchinson, Hannah Franklin and Brooks Lawler each scored three goals to power the Eagles (18-0) past the visiting Gators in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference quarterfinal.
No. 10 St. Mary's 7, No. 8 Bryn Mawr 6, 2OT: Chelsea Rowe scored the game-winning goal as the host Saints (13-5) upset the Mawrtians (13-5) in an IAAM A Conference quarterfinal.
No. 3 Notre Dame Prep 10, Severn 5: Sydney Paterson had four goals and Covie Stanwick had two goals and an assist to lead the Blazers (17-3) past the Admirals in an IAAM A Conference quarterfinal at Garrison Forest.
The Blazers advance to Thursday's semifinals and host the winner of John Carroll vs. Roland Park at 4:30 p.m.
Notre Dame Prep lost to McDonogh in last year's final.
Oldfields 17, Catholic 5: Ali Rothstein had six goals to power host Oldfields (7-6) past the Cubs (0-10) in an IAAM CConference quarterfinal.
Oldfields faces the St. John's-CP vs. Mount Carmel winner Thursday at 4:30p.m.
Baltimore Lutheran 14, Key School 7: Julia Eshmont had five goals to lead the host Saints (12-3) past Key School (2-10) in an IAAM C Conference quarterfinal.
Lutheran hosts St. Timothy's in a Thursday semifinal at 3:30 p.m.
C. Milton Wright 22, Harford Tech 2: Megan Will scored a game-high six goals to lead nine Mustangs as they captured the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference championship.